Windows 10: BSOD When running XBox One App (i think) Streaming from xbox one...
BSOD When running XBox One App (i think) Streaming from xbox one...
Hi, Just received a BSOD, I had Spotify open, and was running Xbox One streaming app streaming from the xbox one, other than that Im not exactly sure, Valve's Steam was also open...
The BSOD was caused by lvrs64.sys which is the driver for the Logitech Webcam, please perform these steps:
1. Disconnect your Logitech Webcam from the system, and then uninstall the software. Restart afterwards.
2. Once that's done, leave the webcam disconnected and then download and install the latest Logitech Webcam software - Logitech Support - Downloads, Manuals, FAQs & More
3. When you reach the part of the install in which it asks you to connect your webcam, do so.
After the software is installed, restart one more time, and you're all done.
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